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## Ajit Kaur bought a 50 kg sack of sugar for Rs. 1750 , but as sugar prices fell he had to sell it at Rs. 32 per kg. How much loss did he incur?

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Ajit Kaur bought a 50 kg sack of sugar for Rs.1750, but as sugar prices fell he had to sell it at Rs.32 per kg. How much loss did he incur?

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50kg of sugar = Rs 1750

she selled it for Rs 32 due to prices fell down

So

Total price becomes=selling price=32×50=1600

cost price =Rs.1750

Loss=1750−1600= Rs 150

Therefore he had a loss of Rs 150

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## Ajit Kaur bought a 50 kg sack of sugar for Rs 1750 , but as sugar prices fell she had to sell it at Rs 32 per kg. How much loss did she incur?

Ajit Kaur bought a 50 kg sack of sugar for Rs 1750 , but as sugar prices fell she had to sell it at Rs 32 per kg. How much loss did she incur?

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Ajit Kaur bought a 50 kg sack of sugar for Rs 1750, but as sugar prices fell she had to sell it at Rs 32 per kg. How much loss did she incur?

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Cost price of 50 kg of sugar = Rs 1750

Selling price of 1 kg of sugar = Rs 32

∴ Selling price of 50 kg of sugar = 50 × 32 = Rs 1600

Since selling price is less than cost price, so there is a loss.

Loss = Cost Price − Selling Price

= 1750 − 1600 = Rs 150

∴ Ajit Kaur incurred a loss of Rs 150 in this transaction.

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## Ajit Kaur Bought a 50 Kg Sack of Sugar for Rs 1750, but as Sugar Prices Fell She Had to Sell It at Rs 32 per Kg. How Much Loss Did She Incur?

Ajit Kaur Bought a 50 Kg Sack of Sugar for Rs 1750, but as Sugar Prices Fell She Had to Sell It at Rs 32 per Kg. How Much Loss Did She Incur?

Ajit Kaur bought a 50 kg sack of sugar for Rs 1750, but as sugar prices fell she had to sell it at Rs 32 per kg. How much loss did she incur?

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Cost price of 50 kg of sugar = Rs 1750

Selling price of 1 kg of sugar = Rs 32

∴ Selling price of 50 kg of sugar = 50 × 32 = Rs 1600

Since selling price is less than cost price, so there is a loss.

Loss = Cost Price − Selling Price

= 1750 − 1600 = Rs 150

∴ Ajit Kaur incurred a loss of Rs 150 in this transaction.

Concept: Concepts of Cost Price, Selling Price, Total Cost Price, and Profit and Loss, Discount, Overhead Expenses and GST

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Balbharati Mathematics 6th Standard Maharashtra State Board

Chapter 13 Profit – Loss

Practice Set 32 | Q 3 | Page 69

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